Pt 1 - How many friends do you have? Like REAL friends? People you can actually count on? Sometimes it's worth doing an audit of the quality of friends that you keep around and make time for. Join Lebang Kgosana in a reality check on some behavioural patterns of the people we call our friends.

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Pt 2 - Like most communities in South Africa, the community of Kliptown has struggled with HIV/AIDS, teenage pregnancy and high unemployment. Thulani Madondo is the co-founder and current Executive Director of the Kliptown Youth Program, which since 2007 has uplifted the community and has successfully played their part in curbing some of these issues. Lebang Kgosana sits down with Thulani as he shares some of the great work they are doing.

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Pt 1 - Have you ever wondered what the actual cost of your peace really is? Lebang Kgosana is curios, and unpacks ways to remove yourself from toxic and narcissistic people who ultimately take away from your peace. Be warned - this may be a trigger!

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Did you know that 400,000 South Africans are blind, and even more are partially blind? While many of us take for granted how blessed we are, others are not as lucky. The truth of the matter is that anyone can go blind. The SANCB is all about the advocacy and promoting the rights of persons with visual impairments, prevention, inclusion and support. Lebang Kgosana speaks to them about their work, and how many lives they have changed.

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For just one week in February, every year, 7 days are dedicated to raising the awareness of healthy pregnancies. In a country like South Africa, pregnancy awareness should be ongoing, as the rate of teenage pregnancy is at an all-time high. Join Lebang Kgosana as she unpacks Pregnancy Awareness Week.

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Everybody deserves to be touched by an angel! The Angel Network is an organisation run solely via the power of social media, and has to date reached over 200,000 individuals globally. Join @lebangkgosana in conversation with Glynn and Hailey from The Angel Network South Africa. A true #ThisIsUs story!

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Money is a very hard thing to talk about, especially in relationships, but it is equally important. Before you get into a marriage or move in with your partner, you will have to consider how to "split the bill" and who pays for what. What if your spending habits are not aligned with your partner's? Join Lebang Kgosana as she shares some advice on handling money matters.

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The Meals on Wheels Community Services project was started in light of the severe need amongst the aged community in East London in 1964. Today in 2022, with over 700 service centres in SA, Cheryl Smith tells us more about the organisation and their amazing work.

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Reconciling with an estranged parent or family member is definitely not an easy task. However it is certainly something that is worth having an open heart and mind towards. Today Lebang Kgosana talks about forgiveness and the possibility of having a positive and healthy relationship with a once estranged family member, regardless of the past!

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The second trimester of pregnancy is what some would call, the golden hour. Mommy has less fatigue, and a renewed abundance of energy and excitement has swooped in. Listen in as Lebang Kgosana shares some changes, and what to expect at the 6-month mark. Make the most of this time and most importantly, enjoy your pregnancy!

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